Fire destroys vacant mobile home in Bradenton

February 19, 2014 

MANATEE — Fire destroyed a vacant mobile home in Bradenton Wednesday evening, according to Cedar Hammock Fire Rescue.

About 7:22 p.m., fire units and paramedics responded to the blaze in the Aloha Estates Mobile Home Park, 5310 14th St. W., according to a news release.

Crews arrived within four minutes of receiving the call and found a vacant, single-wide mobile home on fire. Fire also impinged on homes on either side of the burning structure, according to the report.

Crews had the fire under control within 10 minutes.

The home, valued at approximately $5,000, was a total loss and the adjacent home sustained about $1,000 in damage, officials said.

There were no injuries.

Cedar Hammock’s Fire Prevention Bureau responded and the Florida fire marshal was requested to assist with the fire investigation.

No cause for the fire has been determined .

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